Nordplus 2018-2022 is here!
Author: Jonas Toft Ludvigsen
The new five-year period for the Nordplus programmes has been approved by the Nordic Council and the Nordic Council of Ministers. The call for applications to Nordplus in 2018 has now been published.
Today, the 2nd November 2017, at the Nordic Council’s session in Helsinki the Nordplus programme and the budget for 2018-2022 has been approved.
Nordplus is the Nordic Council of Ministers’ largest education programme for educational cooperation and lifelong learning. Every year a total amount of 9.3 million euro is granted to projects, networks and exchanges of pupils, students and teachers in and between the Nordic and Baltic countries.
Every year more than 7.000 pupils and students and more than 2.000 teachers go on exchanges to another Nordic or Baltic country funded by Nordplus. All together approximately 2.800 educational institutions and organisations involved with education and training take part in projects and networks under Nordplus every year.
The Nordplus programme 2018-2022
Nordplus funds mobility, projects and network activities and is open to institutions, organisations and others whose main purpose is education and lifelong learning or who work within this area.
The programme consists of five sub programmes which cover the entire educational sector in the Nordic and Baltic region:
- Nordplus Junior is the programme for primary and secondary education, and preschooling
- Nordplus Higher Education is the programme for the higher education sector
- Nordplus Adult is the programme for adult learning
- Nordplus Horizontal is the programme for cross-sectoral educational projects
- Nordplus Nordic Languages is the programme for Nordic language comprehension
Nordplus covers the five Nordic countries Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden – the three autonomous regions the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland – as well as the three Baltic countries Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.